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The life and times of a modern princess
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The life and times of a modern princess

On the sixth leg of their 2,148 km journey, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera meet a princess who is breathing new life into dead forts and quietly changing the House of Marwar. Take a look.Also read: A cow hospital with a cancer ward and ICU ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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To Gandhiji, wherever he is

At Sabarmati Ashram that very hot summer evening, some had come to see and feel the place where Bapu lived. Some had come to be alone on the lawns after a disappointing Class 12 result. As their 2,148 km journey drew to an end, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera realised that along the way they had seen a country that not only is breathtakingly beautiful, but has a great heart. Day 1: Dehradun: 7 States. 6 Days. 2,148 km and a journey of a lifetime Day 2: Ramgarh ...
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A cow hospital with a cancer ward and ICU

India's largest cow hospital provides care for 1,600 cows, bulls, oxen, that are sick, diseased, injured or deformed. With wards for cows with breast cancer, cows that have lost their legs in road accidents, cows that have been operated upon to remove plastic from their bellies, the hospice is a tourist attraction in Rajasthan's Nagaur district. On the fifth leg of their 2,148 km journey, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera visit the hospital. Day 1: Dehradun: 7 States.
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Where have the dhabas gone?

Wide, 4 lane expressways have taken the pleasures out of seeing life along the roads like the highways of old -- homes, bazaars, dhabas, women filling water, elderly folk sitting under the peepal tree... True Indian scenes most often lie on less travelled routes, along roads that have fallen off the map, after modern highways have come up. On the fourth leg of their 2,148 km journey, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera discover one such forgotten place in the Thar Desert.
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This girl is going to grow vegetables after a PhD

'We Indians have forgotten what is good for us. Foreigners say oats are good, so we say the same, arrey, we have oats since ages!''When I tell my mother we eat ragi biscuits, she says, "big deal, we used to eat it like sattu or porridge".' On the second leg of their 2,148 km journey from the foothills of the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea, Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera met Preeti Virkar on an organic farm in the Doon Valley. A believer of a different kind, her enthusiasm is ...
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Rising Bathinda takes on Udta Punjab

The next big film is the Shahid-Kareena-Alia star-packed Udta Punjab based on Punjab's drug problem.Bathinda is the only district in Punjab to start a movement 'Rising Bathinda' to find out what is the drug situation on the ground and aims to address it. On the third leg of their journey from the foothills of the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea, Rediff.com's Archana Masih and photographer Rajesh Karkera meet Swapan Sharma, senior SP, Bathinda, and visit a drug rehabilitation centre. ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Modi thinks "I'm number 1 and up to number 10 there's no one"'

'We are passing through a very historical moment. The UP election next year and the Lok Sabha election of 2019 will decide the course of India.' 'Maybe the unlettered will save India again because they have inherited a different India and a different idea of India,' says eminent social scientist Achyut Yagnik. After a historic mandate, Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed two years in office on May 26. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Achyut Yagnik, the honorary secretary of the ...
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How WWII changed India

After spending six years as an infantry officer in the Indian Army, Srinath Raghavan took to a life in academia. Clearly, India's most important military historian, he has published three valuable books: War and Peace in Modern India and 1971, A Global History of the Creation of Bangladesh, apart from editing a stellar collection of the legendary historian Sarvepalli Gopal's essays, The Collected Essays: Imperialists, Nationalists, Democrats. His latest book, India's War: The Making of Modern ...
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How World War II changed India

'The origins of the model of planned economic development adopted by independent India was a direct consequence of the war.''The war provided an opportunity for groups at the margins of Indian society to find new avenues for mobility.''The war also led to the emergence of India as a major Asian power and set the stage for it to play a wider role in international politics.' IMAGE: Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh, then a flight lieutenant, with pilots of No 1 Squadron by a Hawker Hurricane ...
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'I will go to China as a proud Indian, not as some half citizen'

Ninong Ering, the MP from Arunachal East, wants to meet his tribes folk across the border in China.But he is not going to make that trip on a stapled visa issued by China to residents of Arunachal Pradesh.'I will go on a regular visa and as a proud Indian,' the two-time MP tells Archana Masih/Rediff.com   "If I go to China I will go as a nagrik of India. I will go as a proud Indian citizen, not as a half citizen of China or India," says Ninong Ering, a Member of Parliament from Arunachal ...
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